Wednesday, August 3
•At 11:02 p.m. police observed Marlene Ann Kostuck, 47, allegedly driving under the influence of a controlled substance. Kostuck was referred for charges of fourth degree driving under the influence of a controlled substance – Zolpidem.
Wednesday, October 26
•At 4:30 p.m. one juvenile male was cited for disorderly conduct and two juvenile males were cited for fifth degree assault in connection with the assault of a juvenile male at Winona Senior High School.
Thursday, November 3
•At 1:09 p.m. a juvenile male from Winona was ticketed and referred for charges of fifth degree assault and disorderly conduct in connection with allegedly attempting to punch staff members at the Family and Children’s Center.
Monday, November 7
•At about noon police received the report of an alleged burglary on the 100 block of High Forest Street. The owners reported prescription medications were missing from a bedroom. Jeffrey Timothy David Strand, 21, of Winona, was searched and allegedly possessed two Clonazepam pills. Strand was referred for charges of fifth degree possession of a controlled substance.
•At 6:33 p.m. police received a report concerning an alleged theft of prescription medications in the 900 block of Shives Road. Ashley Helen Gore, 27, of Winona, was referred for theft charges.
•At 11:46 p.m. Geoffrey Alan Fuerstenau, 49, of Winona, was cited for fourth degree driving under the influence of alcohol and third degree test refusal after officers observed he had slurred speech, poor balance and a PBT of 0.19 percent.
Tuesday, November 8
•At 3:37 p.m. police received a report that a purse was missing from the floor of a woman’s vehicle in the 50 block of West Fifth Street. Fifty Oxycodone tablets were also reported missing from inside the purse.
Wednesday, November 9
•Police issued 60 citations for alternate-side parking violations.
•A juvenile male from Dakota was cited for shoplifting in connection with thefts occurring on August 25 and 29, September 27 and October 9 at Fleet Farm. A store video allegedly captured the boy on video. Stolen items included pellet pistols, a pellet revolver, red dot scope, MP3 player, camera, Nintendo and game. The items were valued at $811.89. The juvenile was referred to the County Attorney’s Office for gross misdemeanor theft charges.
•At 8:15 a.m. a crew leader reported that her purse had been moved and her wallet was taken at 10 Washington Street after she briefly left the vehicle and left Divontay Maurice Pinkerton, 18, of Goodview, inside the van. Pinkerton allegedly admitted taking $5 from the wallet and returned it to her and then ran away. He has not been located.
•At 2:39 p.m. police received a call reporting theft of tools from a building site at Seventh and South Baker streets. A worker reported a Spectra Precision LL300 Laser valued at $900 and a Stihl gas 14” cut off saw T5460 valued at $1,049. The owner believed the items were stolen from a truck at the site.
Thursday, November 10
•Police officers issued 50 citations for alternate-side parking violations.
•At 9 a.m. police cited two 17-year-old girls and a 16-year-old boy for possession of tobacco outside the Alternative Learning Center.
Friday, November 11
•At At 1:11 a.m. police cited Kaylee Jo Bunne, 19, of Leroy, Minn., for possession of an ID of another after she was seen littering at Third and Walnut streets and gave police the license of another person.
•At 1:32 a.m. police observed Trent Russell Traxler, 21, of LaCrescent, Minn., urinating outside near Third and Lafayette streets. Police said he ran from them. He was cited for public consumption of alcohol.
•At 12:06 a.m. police cited Alicia Marie Ward, 21, of Fridley, Minn., for underaged consumption of alcohol at Fourth and Lafayette streets. Police said the law requires a person wait until 8 a.m. on their 21st birthday to consume alcohol. Her blood alcohol content was measured at .23 percent.
Tuesday, November 8
•At 1:50 p.m. officers received a report that numerous items were missing from a home on County Road 17 near Witoka Hill. The occupant of the home had not been living at the house for about a month and believes the items were taken in July or August. Among the items reported missing were lawn equipment, battery chargers, $650 in loose change, a notebook computer, exercise machines, an antique pocket watch, sculptures, a Winchester rifle, golf clubs and paintings. The missing items were valued at $6,415.